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George Strait Tour Dates

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George Strait
George Strait is an American country music singer-songwriter, actor, and music producer. Strait is known for his traditional country style, and for his many hits including “All My Ex’s Live in Texas,” “Amarillo by Morning,” and “Check Yes or No.”

All Country & Folk Events

Total: 14
Sun
Jul 14 7:00 PM
King George
House Of Blues - Myrtle Beach North Myrtle Beach , SC
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Fri
Sep 13 8:00 PM
King George
Center Stage at Pearl River Resorts Choctaw , MS
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Sat
Jun 15 6:00 PM
George Strait, Parker McCollum & Catie Offerman
Kyle Field College Station , TX
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Sat
Jun 1 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
Bank Of America Stadium Charlotte , NC
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Sat
Jun 8 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
MetLife Stadium East Rutherford , NJ
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Sat
Jun 29 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
Rice Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City , UT
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Sat
Jul 13 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
Ford Field Detroit , MI
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Sat
Jul 20 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
Soldier Field Chicago , IL
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Sat
Jul 20 8:00 PM
Southern Soul on the River: King George
Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre Detroit , MI
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Sat
Dec 7 5:45 PM
George Strait, Chris Stapleton & Little Big Town
Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas , NV
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Fri
Jun 28 7:30 PM
Kings of Southern Soul Celebration: King George, Pokey Bear & Ronnie Bell
BJCC Concert Hall Birmingham , AL
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Sat
Jun 29 7:00 PM
Southern Soul Blues Celebration: King George, Pokey Bear, Tucka & J-WONN
Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park Atlanta , GA
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Sat
Jul 13 7:00 PM
All White Southern Soul Music Festival: King George, Pokey Bear & Nellie Travis
Altria Theater - Richmond Richmond , VA
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Sat
Jun 1 3:30 PM
Carolina Blue Zone Tailgate: George Straight
Gameday Hospitality - Charlotte Charlotte , NC
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About George Strait

Personal Life

George Strait was born on May 18, 1952, in Poteet, Texas. Strait’s father, John Byron Strait, Sr. (1922 – 2013), was a junior high school mathematics teacher and the owner of a cattle ranch. His mother, Doris Jean Couser(1930 – 2010), was a homemaker. Strait has a brother John Jr. (1950–2009) and a sister, Pency.

Strait married his high school sweetheart, Norma, on December 4, 1971. The couple has a daughter: Jenifer (born 1972). Strait served in the United States Army from 1971 to 1975. He was stationed in Hawaii during his service.

Strait began his musical career singing country music with friends in high school and college. He later joined a band called the Ace in the Hole Band, which released its first album in 1977. Strait’s first solo album, Strait Country, was released in 1981.

Music Сareer

George Strait started his music career in the 1970s when he was just a teenager. He released his first album, Strait Country, in 1981. The album was a huge success. It included the single “Unwound”, which climbed to number six on country charts. In 1982, Strait released his second album Strait from the Heart. The album was another commercial success, reaching number one on the country charts. It included the singles “Fool Hearted Memory” and “Amarillo by Morning”, both of which were number one hits. In 1983, Strait released his third album Right or Wrong. The album was another commercial success, reaching number two on the country charts. In 1984, Strait released his fourth album, Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind. The album was another commercial success, reaching number one on the country charts and winning a CMA award. In 1985, Strait released his fifth album, Something Special. The album’s first single, “The Fireman”, became one of Strait’s most successful singles, spending six weeks at number one on the Billboard country chart. Strait’s next album, Beyond the Blue Neon, was released in 1989. The album’s first single, “All My Ex’s Live in Texas”, became one of Strait’s signature songs. The album’s second single, “Baby Blue”, peaked at number two on the country chart.

Strait’s next album, Livin’ It Up, was released in 1990. The album’s lead-off single, “All My Ex’s Live in Texas”, became one of his most successful singles. The song reached number one on the country charts and crossed over to the pop charts, peaking at number eight. The album also produced two more number one country hits: “Baby Blue” and “Overnight Male”. George Strait’s popularity began to really take off in the 1990s. He released a string of successful albums, including 1991’s “Pure Country”, which was certified platinum and featured the chart-topping single “I Cross My Heart”. His 1994 album, “Lead On”, was also certified platinum, and produced the hit singles “The Big One”, “You Can’t Make a Heart Love Somebody”, “Lead On” and “Adalida”. In 1996, Strait released the album “Blue Clear Sky”, which was certified 3x platinum and featured the hit singles “Carried Away”, “I Can Still Make Cheyenne”, and “King of the Mountain”. In 1998, Strait released the album “Always Never the Same”, which featured the lead single “One of You” и “I Look at You”. The album also included the Top 10 hits “Write This Down”, “Meanwhile” and “What Do You Say to That”. “Write This Down” earned Strait a CMT Music Awards for Single of the Year.

In 2001, Strait released the album “The Road Less Traveled”, which featured the lead single “She’ll Leave You With a Smile”. The album also included the singles “Run” and “Living and Living Well”. “She’ll Leave You With a Smile” became one of Strait’s most successful singles, reaching the top of the country charts and crossing over to the pop charts. “The Road Less Traveled” was a critical and commercial success, receiving positive reviews from critics and debuting at number one on the Billboard 200. In 2003, Strait released another album, “Honkytonkville,” which debuted at the top of the Billboard Country Albums chart and went on to be certified platinum. “Honkytonkville” featured three number-one singles: “Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa”, “Cowboys Like Us” и “Desperately”. In 2006, Strait was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2008, Strait released “Troubadour”, which debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, making it his first album to debut at number one on that chart. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In 2009, Strait won the Grammy Award for Best Country Album for “Troubadour”. George Strait continues to tour and release new music, including the album Love Is Everything in 2013 and the single “Let It Go” in 2015.

Discography

  • Strait Country (1981)
  • Strait from the Heart (1982)
  • Right or Wrong (1983)
  • Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind (1984)
  • Something Special (1985)
  • #7 (1986)
  • Ocean Front Property (1987)
  • If You Ain’t Lovin’ You Ain’t Livin’ (1988)
  • Beyond the Blue Neon (1989)
  • Livin’ It Up (1990)
  • Chill of an Early Fall (1991)
  • Holding My Own (1992)
  • Pure Country (1992)
  • Easy Come Easy Go (1993)
  • Lead On (1994)
  • Blue Clear Sky (1996)
  • Carrying Your Love with Me (1997)
  • One Step at a Time (1998)
  • Always Never the Same (1999)
  • George Strait (2000)
  • The Road Less Traveled (2001)
  • Honkytonkville (2003)
  • Somewhere Down in Texas (2005)
  • It Just Comes Natural (2006)
  • Troubadour (2008)
  • Twang (2009)
  • Here for a Good Time (2011)
  • Love Is Everything (2013)
  • Cold Beer Conversation (2015)
  • Honky Tonk Time Machine (2019)

Honors and Awards

  • Academy of Country Music
  • Country Music Association
  • Music City News Country
  • Billboard Year-End Awards
  • Special
  • Radio & Records
  • American Music Awards
  • ASCAP
  • TNN
  • Country Weekly Golden Pick Awards
  • Country Weekly
  • CMT Music Awards
  • Special Award
  • Cheyenne Frontier Days
  • Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Grammy Awards
  • Billboard.com
  • Country Radio Broadcasters Inc.
  • National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum